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Screenshot of the Watershed Awareness Using Technology and Environmental Research for Sustainability online curriculum.

Discover Free Middle School Watershed Education Lessons

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The 10-lesson WATERS curriculum is student-centered, place-based, and accessible to those of varying abilities.

Students in Oregon performing a leaf pack experiment.

Discover the Health of Your Local Stream With the Leaf Pack Network!

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Started over 25 years ago to support teachers connecting students to their local watershed, the Leaf Pack Network has turned into a community science outlet.

Learn How to Protect Your Watershed

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Have you ever wondered how you can make a difference and improve the health of your local streams? Watch this special webinar series to find out!

A monarch butterfly caterpillar on milkweed in a wildflower meadow.

Catch the Rain Workshop

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Explore Stroud Water Resarch Center’s campus and learn how rain gardens, meadows, and streamside forests can help White Clay Creek and beautify your yard!

A woman demonstrates how Monitor My Watershed displays real-time data.

Stroud Water Research Center Named Winner of 2021 Amazon Web Services Imagine Grant for Nonprofits

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The Stroud Center and partner LimnoTech, Inc. will work with Amazon’s cloud computing arm to develop a portal for sharing and visualizing environmental data.

A modeling scenario forecasting Delaware River Basin stream health at the end of the 21st century.

Peering at the Future of Stream Water Quality Through a (Very Hazy) Crystal Ball

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The crystal ball we’re using is a web app that models how water, sediment, nitrogen, and phosphorus move across and underneath the earth’s surface.

Leaf Pack Network Adds Hands-On Experience to Virtual Learning

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A Canadian university is making sure students get fieldwork experience despite the pandemic — by mailing them freshwater field kits to use at home.

Dip Your Toes in the Water with the Runoff Simulation

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The Runoff Simulation shows how land use and soil determine whether rainfall infiltrates the soil, runs off, or is evaporated and transpired by plants.

To Fish or Not to Fish: Using Real-Time Data to Protect Trout Populations

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Fishing guides in Michigan are using real-time data from an EnviroDIY monitoring station to remotely make appropriate decisions on where and when to fish.

Explore Your Backyard Watershed and Others Worldwide with the Leaf Pack Network!

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How can homemade leaf packs and an online data portal help you study creeping, crawling aquatic macroinvertebrates?